This month, we focus on turning miniature vases. These are fun and simple projects that can be completed in one afternoon or evening. They also make excellent gifts. Miniature vases make perfect projects for all those small bits of special wood you have been hoarding. If you have never hollow-turned a piece, this is a good project to get your feet wet.
Highland Blog: Turning a Spoon
By George T. (Terry) Chapman
I have been thinking about dipping into spoon making (Wow, did anybody not see that one coming?) for a long time. A couple of months ago, I finally did it and I think I like it.
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This month we are featuring a beautiful turned piece by Bill Stephenson, inspired by highland farmsteads in the Appalachian and Allegheny Mountains of the eastern United States and featuring some stunning woodburning. Take a closer look at this impressive woodturning!
Light on the Subject
Well, I found a useful tool for all of you who don't have enough light in your workshop.
I just turned 68 years old and for some reason my shop never seems to have enough light so I can see what I'm doing.So here's what I did:
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